Groups, classes & network projects


Several organisations are hosting regular informal gatherings of people who like to make.

These online groups are a new alternative to your local sewing club or crafty social.

These groups are supporting a community quilt project.

Classes and tutorials

Devon Recovery Learning Community, an NHS Recovery College, is one of the organisations hosting online classes. 

Various network partners are producing tutorial materials.

Network Projects

Ten quilts are being made up and down the country in response to covid. Learn more about the invitation to participate in each of these here.

Online group events

Network Partners and their Projects

Claire Wellesley-Smith

The Covid-19 Stitch Journal is a textile project for adults in Bradford, led by noted textile artist and faciliator Claire […]

Creativity Works

Radstock, Bath and Northeast Somerset  based Creativity Works is releasing regular ‘Creativity Works — At Homes’ activity sheets and guidance. […]

Envisage Arts CIC

Envisage Arts CIC in West Yorkshire is creating the Stitch-in-Time Quilt. This art psychotherapy practice and community payback service is […]

Glimmer Theatre

Glimmer Theatre Company’s Quarantine Quilt is with The Library Presents and is Cambridgeshire focussed, working with a history of community […]

Libraries Unlimited

Devon Libraries are asking contributors to make triangular flag bunting with dimensions of 5” across the top and 6” from […]


OVADA is a contemporary art gallery and visual art development space in Oxford providing unique opportunities for both artists and […]

Stitches in Time

Stitches in Time in Tower Hamlets, London, are leading this embroidery orientated tapestry. Over 25 years thye have made over […]

The Crafts Council

Founded in 1972, the Crafts Council is the national charity for craft. They inspire making, empower learning and nurture craft […]

The March Project

Nationally, the MARCH project has assembled an array of resources to support individuals to have a ‘Creative Isolation.’ They also […]